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Mar 5, 2011 6:00pm EST
-- that made me. it's because my father had the foresight to get us papers that we -- false paper that's we survived. it was really my father's finest hour. and it was a vicious regime. he not only saved his life and his family's life, but he also helped a lot of people. that was an important experience for me. after that came the communist regime and it was very repressive and very boring, frankly. i wanted excitment. wanted out. when i was 17, i went to england. >> what did your father do for a living? >> a lawyer. >> how long did he live? >> he died in this country in 1968. >> you left hungary in 1947. >> yes. >> when did he leave? >> 1956, there was a revolution and he and my mother walked across the border and came out. we were reunited after nine years. >> do you remember world war ii? >> very well. >> what do you remember about it? >> i remember a lot. even though i was quite young, we were listening to the bbc, which was a source of information. my father was sort of very interested in what was going on. and the situation was gradually deteriorating and there was discrimin
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